About Die Rooibier Restaurant & Pub

The local pub and restaurant Die Rooibier in Pearly Beach is the place to go to mingle with the locals and have a good party! They are also well known for their excellent spare ribs or freshly caught fish - fresh and always delicious!

You can find The Rooibier at 9 Law Street right next to the local cafe. Over weekends you can sometimes enjoy live music and you will always have a good time. Casual and relaxed, join the locals of Pearly Beach for some fun!

Need to Know

Where9 Law Street, Pearly Beach, Cape Overberg, Western Cape

WhenTuesday from 12h00 to 17h00.
Wednesday to Monday from 10h00 till late.

Telephone+27 (0)28 381-9044

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